Hisense H55M7000 55 Inch ULED TV £649.99 @ Crampton & Moore
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Hisense H55M7000 55 Inch ULED TV £649.99 @ Crampton & Moore

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Found 7th Jan
Price matched at £649.99 with John Lewis and get a 5 year guarantee.

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Heat cheapest I can see plus can get the others to price match.

Hot as you can use Crampton and Moore for John Lewis price match

fantastic TV for the price. got one myself when it was a £100 from richer sounds and it's superb. look at the forums on AV Forums for the best settings. blows my in laws 2.5k Sony out of the water!!!!

stevengalbraith

fantastic TV for the price. got one myself when it was a £100 from richer … fantastic TV for the price. got one myself when it was a £100 from richer sounds and it's superb. look at the forums on AV Forums for the best settings. blows my in laws 2.5k Sony out of the water!!!!


£100?! You should post that deal

collectorcol

£100?! You should post that deal



​agreed £100 must have been a special flied plice X)

bigton3000

​agreed £100 must have been a special flied plice X)



​I think he meant £100 more. Peace guys.

stevengalbraith

fantastic TV for the price. got one myself when it was a £100 from richer … fantastic TV for the price. got one myself when it was a £100 from richer sounds and it's superb. look at the forums on AV Forums for the best settings. blows my in laws 2.5k Sony out of the water!!!!



Do you mind stating what these settings are please?

Also does anyone know the difference between the 55m7000 and 55m5500 ? The John Lewis website states exactly the same description. ( a lot of people are saying there is no YouTube and Netflix in HD available on the 7000 series) am thinking to order one of these but not sure which one to go for ( also the 5500 is about £100 cheaper) any help would be appreciated guys

Original Poster

The 7000 has HDR.

chrispaps12

The 7000 has HDR.



Not really though, when you look at the requirements to actually display HDR properly. It's a bit of a lie. But all TV's do this.
Edited by: "Jams80" 8th Jan

Jams80

Not really though, when you look at the requirements to actually display … Not really though, when you look at the requirements to actually display HDR properly. It's a bit of a lie. But all TV's do this.



HDR itself is a bit of a lie, it's a mess at the moment no standardisation or control and tv manufacturers are taking advantage of the situation

Trying to decide between this and the 65" 5000 series.

I should probably go for this one as, as far as I've heard, ULED is almost as good as OLED.
Edited by: "Proxish" 8th Jan

Is the picture fantastic on the freeview hd Channels ?

Cold, not A Rated on energy. (B Rated 175 watts)

Is this worth £200 more than the m6600? What are the differences?

Will RS price match this with the differing warranty?!

fizz4u

Also does anyone know the difference between the 55m7000 and 55m5500 ? … Also does anyone know the difference between the 55m7000 and 55m5500 ? The John Lewis website states exactly the same description. ( a lot of people are saying there is no YouTube and Netflix in HD available on the 7000 series) am thinking to order one of these but not sure which one to go for ( also the 5500 is about £100 cheaper) any help would be appreciated guys


Avforums reviewed the 65" version and compares it with the m5500 if that helps:
avforums.com/rev…123
It also states it as a 10bit panel
Edited by: "Jaybeam" 8th Jan

Great price for a cracking TV. Paid £100 more for this last year at JL with 3 years warranty. Smart TV isn't as snazzy as the so called bigger brands but it is still very functional. Only gripe I have (and it is minor) is Netflix app doesn't support HDR. Netflix will address that at some point I am led to believe.

This is one of those moments where you are chuffed with yourself as you have found one of those proper bargains you hunt for

Will JL price match this given that it's only a 2 year warranty?

jpgilmar

Will JL price match this given that it's only a 2 year warranty?



​Yes, they will. Price matched with them yesterday

NeilGY

​Yes, they will. Price matched with them yesterday



Well I guess I know what I'm doing today.

Proxish

Trying to decide between this and the 65" 5000 series.I should probably … Trying to decide between this and the 65" 5000 series.I should probably go for this one as, as far as I've heard, ULED is almost as good as OLED.



Im having the same thoughts. This or the 65m5500 is it worth the £150 for bigger screen, I don't want it at the expense of a slightly inferior picture quality.

This TV is great, bought one on Amazon Black Friday event for the same price, unfortunately after a month it developed a cluster of dead pixels, so it went back to Amazon for a refund. If I find this dips below £550 I'll buy one as a bedroom TV. Very good blacks compared to my ageing Samsung Plasma TV. Screen is mostly uniform, HDR performance is a bit lacklustre as it isn't very bright. It has some issues with colour skin tones, where they are orange and there isn't much you can do about it, it might be a firmware issue or not.

Overall I was happy with the set as I said would still consider one, but I'm currently looking for 65" tv as I feel this is where I would get more for my money, as with 4K content it really is nice on a bigger tv.

Proxish

Trying to decide between this and the 65" 5000 series.I should probably … Trying to decide between this and the 65" 5000 series.I should probably go for this one as, as far as I've heard, ULED is almost as good as OLED.



​No ULED is a gimmick it's just LED whereas OLED is an actually tech.. Don't think they are comparable.

newer models (H9D) announced at CES2017 are offering brighter screens with motion240 and HDR 10bit for similar pricing. out in spring so not too long a wait.

TV died on me within 2 months. Panel suddenly gave up. Going through warranty now. Don't think I would buy again.

I think the 7000 is 10bit

waynefuller82

newer models (H9D) announced at CES2017 are offering brighter screens … newer models (H9D) announced at CES2017 are offering brighter screens with motion240 and HDR 10bit for similar pricing. out in spring so not too long a wait.



Got a link for those?

​from what I've seen people are hung up on if it's 10 bit or not, you can have a 10 bit panel but it doesn't perform well with HDR, it achieves only 420 nits well short of 1000 premium standard, you should look at the quality of the picture for which media you are using it for.

Price matched and purchased at JL. Thanks OP

Is this £200 better than the m6600?

Purchased yesterday from rs for 50 more

Very hot as the panel is 10 bit (unlike other tvs that are only 8 bit) and you cant beat this TV on picture quality. Beats most flagship tele from big brands.

See the discussion forums on av forum and other websites :-)

Anybody seen this and the Samsung uu55ks7000 side by side? How do they compare?

terry82517

Anybody seen this and the Samsung uu55ks7000 side by side? How do they … Anybody seen this and the Samsung uu55ks7000 side by side? How do they compare?




​samsung is HDR premium, this is not. brighter picture on Samsung HDR10 hisense achieves 420 nits. read this
trustedreviews.com/his…iew

Many people are complaining of judder on the 7000 see JL and AV forum reviews. And besides costs £250+ more (if your lucky)

woolymammoth8606

​i was trying to buy a Samsung over Xmas glad they were sold out as p … ​i was trying to buy a Samsung over Xmas glad they were sold out as paying £899 for a first generation TV that isn't right with numerous problems would have peed me off. the new 2017 range of hisense look good for me , better specs at a cheaper than Samsung price. I will buy one when they come out in spring.



Same here. Almost took the plunge. Glad I didn't. The hisense will do for now. It's only got positive reviews mainly and costs ALOT cheaper.

fizz4u

Many people are complaining of judder on the 7000 see JL and AV forum … Many people are complaining of judder on the 7000 see JL and AV forum reviews. And besides costs £250+ more (if your lucky)




​i was trying to buy a Samsung ue55ks7000 over Xmas glad they were sold out as paying £899 for a first generation quantom dot TV that isn't right with numerous build and motion problems would have peed me off. the new 2017 range of hisense look good for me , better specs at a cheaper than Samsung price. I will buy one when they come out in spring.

abhijitdash123

Very hot as the panel is 10 bit (unlike other tvs that are only 8 bit) … Very hot as the panel is 10 bit (unlike other tvs that are only 8 bit) and you cant beat this TV on picture quality. Beats most flagship tele from big brands. See the discussion forums on av forum and other websites :-)



No it's not, it's 8-bit+FRC, not the same as true 10-bit. Not that it matters in respect to HDR, it doesn't get anywhere near the 1000nits required. It's still a good TV but there is an issue with skin tones. I returned mine for this reason (and some bad bleed), as no matter how much I tinkered with the settings, I couldn't get it right across all sources. May be a firmware issue, but I wasn't going to chance it.
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